Make Your Point

I remember when my parents hired a designer to work on the decor for my bedroom when I was in high school. The curtains and the bed covering were a green and rust paisley pattern. At that time, I was not impressed with the moroccan style motifs. How things change when your taste in decor develops over time. Thanks Mom and Dad for having great taste!

This is a surface design project with a paisley pattern using the pointillism technique. The layering of dots imparts texture and depth. Can’t wait to order the fabric and paper swatches in the pink and the brown to perfect my craft. This is just the beginning of creating graphics for this collection. If you are interested in licensing my designs, please leave me a message through my contact page.

~~Tresa

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Inspired by the Daily Post, Layered.

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Bees Don’t Digress

Taking time to smell the roses, and photograph them is not always easy, especially when you have a few minutes in the morning before work.  I am a nature lover, so I always get up early to enjoy my morning time.  I’ve been known to get distracted by the bumble bees when I’m having my morning coffee. Their buzzing is very busy and non-stop. But, the cardinal is busy too, hopping around in our tomato plants. I smiled when he finally flew to our Rose of Sharon tree, and then I hurried to captured his portrait. 

 

 

A busy backyard.

The birds are not visiting as much when we are working, but the bees don’t care.

I digress, Time to stop and smell the roses.

~~Tresa

 

This post was inspired by the Daily Post, “Shiny” on WordPress.

The Greatest Things

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This post “The Greatest Things” was inspired by my friends at The Daily Post
To learn more About Meyer Clark Studio, click on the brown button at the top of this site to find the navigation bar. Thank You.

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Name that Color

Pantone Institute announced their fashion color report for Spring 2017. A lively color inspired by nature called “Greenery” Pantone 15-0343. The yellow-green shade is the signature color they’ve chosen to express their take on current fashion design collections and trends. According to their report from September 2016, the 10 new colors impart “emotions and feelings that surround us in nature.” However, the most prevalent color in 2017 will be a blue, they’ve named, “Niagara” Pantone 17-4123.

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Shades of blue and green will always be included on my jewelry design and graphic arts palette. I’ve been working with these amazing druzy stones for a while now. They sparkle with tiny natural crystals from yellows to blues and purples. I also admire the translucent blue-green color in the tiny round gemstone, Apatite. I predict the shades of “Niagara” will make a few appearances in my graphic design and jewelry projects again this year.

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What color inspires you?

Do you have names for your favorite colors?

Maybe your favorite ice cream is Batman Blue!

Thanks for stopping by and share to facebook if you like Blue!

~Tresa

Read the 2017 Pantone Spring Fashion report here: 
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This post was inspired by Pantone and The Daily Post: Names, Photo Challenge

Resilience

As the new year sets in, some of us are struggling. I can’t help but think about those I know who are dealing with a loss or a crisis, and how emotionally draining it can be.
After suffering from a few crises in my life, I have become more resilient. I’d like to share a story or two, but can’t, so I will only say, the path to resilience is obtainable.

I would like to share a few ideas:

• Being optimistic and expect the good things. Visualize what you want, instead of worrying about what your fears are, will help build resilience.

• Trusting your instincts in your ability to solve problems builds confidence and resilience

Another way to think about it is this quote by Bruce Lee.

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Thanks for stopping by and sharing!
~Tresa

Inspired by the The Daily Post on WordPress.

Keep Going

The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity.
–Amelia Earhart

 

Flying, coasting, Walled Lake

Photography by Tresa Meyer-Clark

Walled Lake, Michigan, September 2016.

Sometimes all we need is a break from our regular schedule to think about how to go about things, to figure out a problem, or put the pieces together.  Sometimes the gap can be a source of inspiration to keep going.

Thanks for stopping by,
~Tresa

This post was Inspired by The Daily Post and Michigan in September!

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We visited The Sleeping Bear Dunes in Michigan twice in August. The first time was on a rainy day, and the second, in the evening for the sunset. I wanted to capture the vastness of the landscape in a photo. I felt very anxious about going down an enormous sand dune because I couldn’t see the pathway, only the edge. It was a crazy thought to venture all the way to the bottom. There were people there, at the bottom, on the shoreline. The edge was the main feature in all my photos, and the people were too far away to photograph with my iPhone. 

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Thanks for stopping by, you are awesome! 
~Tresa

This photo is inspired by the wondrous Lake Michigan and The Daily Post.
https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/edge/

A Fun Thank You

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~~~A FUN thank you card is inspired by my garden.

We’ve been really busy lately, so a quiet morning with time to write my thoughts down and do a 30 minute cardio is good. We’ve been working on selling our house, fixing another, helping my parents, and enjoying boating on Lake Michigan. The busier we are, the more I organize my time to meet my goals. I’m always learning and challenging my creative skills. I’m designing a logo for my dad and a bridal shower invite for my step daughter. Volunteering to help with floral design and setup for local event planning companies has been a blessing this Summer in providing me with new friends and contacts. All of this I am very grateful for, and thank God for my skills every day. When I have time to just sit and think about everything, a hand written note would be perfect to send to those who I appreciate. It would be easy to just send a text, but to do the unexpected is more fun, even though it may seem old-fashioned. I made this card with flowers from my backyard and created the handcrafted note. To make the letter “R” look good was fun, with a little patience and time management! I really liked the yellow and red colors on the wood table. I’ll write a note on the back to Rupali from Utsav Planners and share more about my Summer in an up coming post.

What do you think of my card?

Thanks for stopping by!
~Tresa

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Sunrise in Petoskey

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Petoskey, Michigan by Tresa Meyer-Clark

 

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There is not enough time in a day, a month or a year
to appreciate everything around us. 

This post was inspired by the Daily Post.
https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/look-up/

Photography by
Meyer Clark Studio © 2016

Eye Candy Witness

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Sunset, March 16th

 

Eye Candy is a phrase used to describe something beautiful to look at. The sunset last night was just that. We were drawn to the light as it ushered our eyes into a celebration of color! The contrast of the dark budding branches on the backdrop of blue and pink gradients of color was sent from heaven for sure!

The sunset was captivating, with the warm and cool tones of lavender and pink cotton candy. My husband watched me while I captured a cloud formation from the kitchen window with my iPhone. 

In retrospect, my husband is always an eyewitness to my creative process. He is watching quietly from across the room, or even better, sharing a moment, a thought or idea, that could be the start of a great collaboration.

Who is your witness to your creative process?

Your comments are welcomed!

~~~Tresa

This post was crafted by Meyer Clark Studio and inspired by The Daily Post and #Photo101 on WordPress.